Ciaran Larkin

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Diageo announced in 2017 that it intended to transform 12.6 acres at Guinness’s St James’s Gate brewery into a new urban quarter.

Since 2013, anyone looking for a snapshot of the resurgence in Dublin’s property market didn’t have to look too far beyond the city’s docklands. Havin(...)

A  public rally at the Player Wills site last January called on the Government to issue a compulsory purchase order and utilise the site for public housing. Photograph: Alan Betson

Property group Hines and Dublin City Council could build up to 1,400 homes on one of the few available plots of development land close to the capital’(...)

Medical equipment seller Eurosurgical Ltd, which is in liquidation, paid €12.4 million, making it the biggest settlement on the list.

A pub featured in sitcom Father Ted, a company owned by a well-known developer and a defunct medical equipment seller were among the tax defaulters hi(...)

A construction worker lays a row of bricks on the Cairn Homes Plc Marianella residential construction site in Dublin in November 2016. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Listed builders here will offer about 2,000 new homes for sale or rent this year, some 9 per cent of the total 22,000 dwellings that are expected to b(...)

The disused Player Wills factory site on South Circular Road,  Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Planners have rejected an appeal challenging Dublin City Council’s decision to class a prime development site as vacant, leaving State assets agency N(...)

Former Player Wills tobacco factory site on South Circular Road, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The original developer of a prime Dublin site with room for hundreds of new homes is close to taking back control of the property from State agency Na(...)

Led by chief executive Pat Crean (left) and founder Greg Kavanagh, New Generation Homes has spent more than €300 million buying development sites in Dublin. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

When he arrived on the property market five years ago at the trough of the recession, New Generation Homes founder Greg Kavanagh attracted plenty of a(...)

We’re all (well, nearly a million of us) familiar with their characters – Gavin, Trish and Kellie – from the RTÉ series Love/Hate, but for this Christ(...)